It cost $11 for an adult. There are activities that all ages can enjoy and learn from. The people working there circulated around and were very outgoing and knowledgeable. The museum is built in the shell of a flour mill that burned in 1996 and there is still original machinery and walls integrated in the museum. The elevator was interesting and the view at the top was worth seeing - don't go on this part if you are scared of heights. A nice part is that the tower tour is accessible to people in wheelchairs - good on them to think of it.
Well worth going there once. It gives a good appreciation of why Minneapolis exists and why it exists where it does. I learned quite a bit of information by going here.
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